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off the top of my head, human genetics or evolutionary biology. Degree in genetics and going to work for a paleoanthropologist might be fun, sequencing neanderthal DNA... or work on something like the National Geographic Genographic project https://genographic.nationalgeographic.com/genographic/index.html.

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Well, there's this whole sub-field of anthropology called biological anthropology...

But, seriously: human genetics, human evolution, ancient dna analysis, morphology, primate stuff (ecology, conservation, development, cognition), paleobotany, etc. I'm definitely missing some stuff.

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Bio-archaeology, paleopathology, like others said that whole sub-field of biological anthropology. You could even go into medical anthropology, and consult with medical / biological labs, facilities, etc.

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